This Morning On The Stephanie Miller Show

Comedian Rick Overton joins us in studio at 8:30am to talk about all things politics and pop culture, and to promote his appearance this weekend with John Fugelsang at the Mainstage Comedy & Music Club in Seattle.

A magnitude 5.4 earthquake centered about 32 miles east of downtown Los Angeles shook southern California yesterday, leaving residents rattled but causing no serious damage or injuries. The quake was felt as far East as Las Vegas, Nevada.

Sen. Ted Stevens (R-AK) declared his innocence yesterday after his indictment on charges that he concealed hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts and services from VECO, an Alaska-based energy company on whose behalf he intervened in D.C.

The Vice Presidential buzz is circling around Gov. Tim Kaine, but the Virginia Dem refused to address the speculation yesterday. Kaine hails from an increasingly purple state the Obama campaign hopes to snatch from the GOP this cycle.

After upsetting some conservatives by signaling an openness to higher payroll taxes for social security, John McCain gave the simplest of answers when asked yesterday if he would raise taxes as president. “No,” he said.

The House yesterday issued an unprecedented apology to black Americans for the wrongs committed against them and their ancestors who suffered under slavery and Jim Crow laws.


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